Denise and I wrote The Indiana Jones Handbook for Quirk a few years ago, just as the fourth Indy movie was released. It’s an official movie tie-in book. It’s one of these books everyone seems to love. Geeks love it. Kids love it. Parents love it. And I’m always surprised when I come across a new review of it. Here’s one that appeared this week on the blog We Wear Pink on Wednesdays. In part, reviewer Kristin Hackett said: Whether you’re looking for a guide on how to run on top of a moving train, how to fend off a gang of swordsman, or how to break a zombie curse, look no further because this is your one-stop reference guide for everything you could possibly imagine.  Thanks, guys! If anyone’s interested, this book’s still available on Amazon, B&N, Indiebound, etc.

Denise and I wrote The Indiana Jones Handbook for Quirk a few years ago, just as the fourth Indy movie was released. It’s an official movie tie-in book. It’s one of these books everyone seems to love. Geeks love it. Kids love it. Parents love it. And I’m always surprised when I come across a new review of it. Here’s one that appeared this week on the blog We Wear Pink on Wednesdays. In part, reviewer Kristin Hackett said:

Whether you’re looking for a guide on how to run on top of a moving train, how to fend off a gang of swordsman, or how to break a zombie curse, look no further because this is your one-stop reference guide for everything you could possibly imagine. 

Thanks, guys!

If anyone’s interested, this book’s still available on Amazon, B&N, Indiebound, etc.